By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Competitors enjoy the challenge


August 23, 2017

Stephanie Thompson

Bryant Birch, left, listens to the advice Rudy Gunter is giving him about his drawing.

With only 24 hours to create pieces of 2D and 3D art it's amazing what the artists come up with.

For most artists, the annual Art on the Green competition is a time for them to challenge themselves to try new things while under the 24-hour time limit.

Green River semi-professional artist Bryant Birch was working on a sketch of a cowboy and his horse.

Even though drawing and painting animals in nature isn't anything new to Birch, drawing the cowboy was pushing his limits.

"This is the very first human I've ever done," Birch said.

This is about the only time he can set time aside to draw and...

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